My friend Julie moved away last year.
It was so sad, she lived just two doors down.
She was the spice queen,
when ever I needed a weird spice, I knew she would have it.
She knows how to can everything,
and even makes grape pie.
She is awesome, and I miss her a ton.
Anyway she signed up for my swap.
I think it is a little funny,
because when she lived two doors down, she did not come and play the swappy game.
But now that she lives on the other side of the country,
now she wants to play.
Julie was wondering what to do with her fabrics once she gets them,
So I thought I would show you what my other friend Kim and I did with ours.
Kim is awesome and she is moving too.
Thankfully only to the other side of town
She makes these super cute rainbow quilts.
I say these, because she has made a number of them.
I don't even know how many, but she loves them.
Super cute, she makes half square triangles,
and they turn out adorable.
Even the back is adorable.
The blue sky,
and then the moons.
(Oh Kim if you are reading this I was just over at Wendy's and she has the cutest rainbow quilting pattern)
I made this rainbow quilt for my husbands niece.
She is a rainbow lover.
If you want to you can read about it over here
It will tell you the pattern and stuff.
You can also see Sisi's reaction which is priceless.
Sorry I just had to brag about the scrappy binding.
There are still spots open for the swap.
Swap one has one place left (aqua blue)
Swap two is about half way full,
and swap three is wide open.
If you are afraid of the expense...
I am not a fabric snob, and I allow fabrics from Joann's, and hobby lobby.
In fact Joann's is having it's daffodil dash sale, I think next week end.
As part of the sale they are having all fat quarters only .99 cents.
So with shipping and fabric you are less than twenty bucks.
Best twenty bucks you'll ever spend.
Go on over and sign up, I know you want to.
I mean look how cute those quilts are, you know you want one,
or three, the possibilities are endless.